Former Muslim Shahram Hadian discusses many of the stories we’ve brought to you in the last few months and how they are all related. Click the link below and skip to the 12 minute mark to listen.
3 important points:
1) The Muslims (and Muslim Brotherhood) are going hyper political, a sign of preparation for the upper house. (This negates the argument that Shariah is just a personal faith and not to be imposed on non-Muslims). They are also using interfaith dialogue and interfaith churches as political cover for their infiltration. Here are some examples of that and the caucusing for the Democrat party that I mentioned:
This one is in WA State and a part of what they are calling the Faith Over Fear Road Show:
2) The majority of these Muslims running for office are running as Democrats on “social justice” issues
Look at Abdul El Sayed in Michigan running for governor (the so called Obama 2.0). He is running on left, liberal, social justice causes as a Democrat: https:// abdulformichigan.com/issues
3) It is becoming common place for these Muslims to take their oath of office on the Quran and not the Bible (very troubling when we remember that the Constitution is seen as man made law by the Quran and Allah’s law must be made superior). Below are a few of the many examples:
Michigan Rep. Abdullah Hammoud taking his oath on the Quran: http://www.housedems. com/article/abdullah-hammoud- takes-oath-office
Congressman Keith Ellison sworn in using Thomas Jefferson Quran: http://www. washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/ content/article/2007/01/05/ AR2007010500512.html
District Judge Carolyn Walker-Diallo sworn in on the Quran: http://www.nydailynews. com/news/politics/carolyn- walker-diallo-muslim-judge- sworn-koran-article-1.2467218
Minnesota Rep. Illhan Omar sworn in on the Quran as first Muslim women to Minnesota legislator: https://mic.com/ articles/164199/this-photo-of- ilhan-omar-s-swearing-in- ceremony-shows-exactly-why- representation-matters#. 2CadYWA9H
Somali refugee now is an elected city official in Minneapolis, swearing an oath to the Quran.
Not just any, but a giant Koran, symbolic of Islamic supremacism:
Listen to Hyper Political Part 2